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Ron Paul Calls the Housing Collapse in 2003

Heres a good vid of Ron Paul calling the US housing collapse in 2003 while the Keynesians in charge said “there is no bubble,” “Nothing to worry about.” Now RP is prophetizing about the collapse of the dollar, while the Keynesians in charge pontificate economic “recovery” and “growth.” Who you going to believe this time?


Added: Aug-20-2011 Occurred On: Aug-20-2011
By: truth2012
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  • Comment of user 'ARNOLD-R-LANE' has been deleted by author (after account deletion)!
    • @ARNOLD-R-LANE politics is showbusiness for ugly people- gerald celente

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    • @ARNOLD-R-LANE You are so right. Short fat and bald before TV. Tall dark and handsom after TV.

      To be fair, George Bush called for these same collapes over 1 dozen documented times. On the other side, GW never saw a spending bill he didn't like.

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  • Many people,including Bush, warned the housing collapse would happen if the Fannie and Freddie problems were not fixed,but the Dems prevented the regulations.

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    • @5idewinder

      What? The republicans wanted more regulation? That would be a first wouldn't it? Oh, wait, they like regulations on things like weed, don't they?

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    • @MrPadaso

      It's actually true.Here is the link to a 2003 article about it.

      http://www.nytimes.com/2003/09/11/business/new-agency-proposed-to-oversee-freddie-mac-and-fannie-mae.html

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  • If people can't watch this and realize Ron is the real deal, I don't know what else you have to do to prove he is the best choice for our next President.

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  • Gold this morning is $1853.00 USD per ounce

    Silver is $42.90 USD per ounce.

    Bonds are paying near zero, and when factored with the inflation its actually a net loss investment.

    Nobody wants the dollar when the government is printing it like mad. The more they print the less its worth, so everyone is headed for the exits and putting into what has been the life preserver of wealth for thousands of years, Gold & Silver.

    Many are getting priced out of precious metals so my guess is that More..

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  • No one in the media will give this guy the time of day and it was like this last election too. No one reports him because they think he's a lunatic, yet he's the only sane one left!!

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  • Both sides of the isle are steeped in Keynesianism. That's the reason any Republican other than Ron Paul will just be another Bush.

    As bad as people are yelling "uncle" about the economy, I think we as a nation are too ignorant of how to right the situation to elect Paul. Therefore, I think we will go through an inevitable monetary calamity and an extended recession/depression. I don't tent to rely on particular political messiahs for answers, but I see Ron Paul as the only one that h More..

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  • Thank you FOx and friends for sidelining this man every chance you got

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    • @Amusing
      No, thats the problem. When i said Fox and friends, as in ALL MSM media degenerates

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